Thirteenth Session, Commencing at 2.30 pm ORDERS, DECORATIONS & MEDALS BRITISH SINGLES

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1 Thirteenth Session, Commencing at 2.30 pm 3877 Distinguished Service Order (EVIIR), high quality jewellers copy. Cased, extremely fine. $250 ORDERS, DECORATIONS & MEDALS BRITISH SINGLES 3878 Military Cross (GVR). Un-named. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. $ * Knight Bachelor's Neck Badge. Nearly uncirculated. $ * Naval General Service Medal, ( ) - bar - Martinique. Chas. Chatfield. Impressed. $2,750 Together with bosuns whistle, hallmarked Birmingham 1828, officers bullion epaulette in tin carry case. 3876* Distinguished Service Order (GVR). In Garrard case of issue, extremely fine. $800 Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3880* South Africa Medal, W. D. Butcher. Captain 12th Regt. Engraved. $1,200 Together with research including copies and transcriptions of recipient's father's correspondence seeking his son's appointment as Barracks Master. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 360

2 3881* South Africa Medal, Serjt Alexr Burns 74th Regt. Impressed. $1, * Crimea Medal, bar - Sebastopol. No.3173 G.Purvis 80th Regt. Regimentally impressed. $550 Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Crimea Medal, Unnamed. $200 Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3882* South Africa Medal, - bar Pte. P.Ireland 1/24th Foot. Partially re-named, engraved. $450 Together with campaign research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3885* India General Service Medal, bar - Burma Havr. Gaina Singh Mandalay Mily Police Bn. Engraved. Contact marks in the field, otherwise very good. $

3 3886 India General Service Medal, one bar - Waziristan , 2231 Pte.T. Mallinson, 2nd Bn. Border Regt. Engraved, suspension repaired; Afghanistan Medal , 295 Corp. H. Firth. 2/15 Ft. Engraved, fitted with wrong suspension. (2) $ * Indian Mutiny Medal, Driver Thos Thompson Rl.H.Art. Impressed. $ * Indian Mutiny Medal, Captain F H M Owen 28th Madras N I. Impressed. $1, Indian Mutiny Medal, George Abernethie 1st Co. 1st Battn. Bengal Arty. Engraved. Brooch mount removed from reverse, fine. Together with extensive research including handwritten biography (13 pages), maps of campaign theatre, copy of attestation to cadet, researcher's letter confirming entitlement and Heroes of the Victoria Cross colour prints. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3888* Indian Mutiny Medal, one bar - Lucknow. Corpl. J. Battersby, 2nd Dragn. Gds. Impressed. $900 Corporal Joseph Battersby, 2nd Dragoon Guards. Attested 26Nov1855. Discharged 02Jan1877. Together with research, including rolls, certificate of discharge and RSM, LSGC entitlement documents. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3891* India Medal, bar - Relief of Chitral Pte J Smith 1st Bn. K.R.Rifle Corps. Engraved. $350 Together with campaign research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Volunteer Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, (Victoria Regina) Sgt. A.W. Lancaster 1st V.B. Rl. Fus. Impressed. Extremely fine. 362

4 3893 Queen's South Africa Medal, five bars - Orange Free State, Laing's Nek, Belfast, South Africa 1901, South Africa Pte. E.Sizmur 19/Hrs. Engraved. $300 Together with copies of rolls confirming entitlement. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Queen's South Africa Medal, five bars - Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa Tpr. J.A.Macfarlane S.A.C. Impressed. $300 Together with verification certificate and research relating to South African Constabulary. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Queen's South Africa Medal, five bars - Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa Named to Corpl. O. Hill. 10th Coy IMP: YEO: impressed. $ * King's South Africa Medal, two bars - South Africa 1901; South Africa Serjt:W.Tait Prov. Trans. Cstby. Impressed. $ King's South Africa Medal, two bars - South Africa 1901, South Africa Named to 5162 Pte W. Yeates. WELSH REGI impressed Visit to Ireland Medal, 1900 (VR). C. J.Irvine R.I.C. Engraved. Good. $ * Queen's South Africa Medal, two bars - Belmont, Modder River Pte W.P.Fairburn, Cldstm. Gds. Impressed. $1,200 Private William Fairburn, 2nd Coldstream Guards. WIA 11Dec1899. DOW 2Jan1900. Together with copies of casualty rolls, newspapers and researcher's letters. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Queen's South Africa Medal, two bars - Cape Colony, Wittebergen Pte G.Gotheridge Gren: Gds. Engraved. $500 Private G Gotheridge, Grenadier Guards. DOD 13Jan1901. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Queen's South Africa Medal, no bars Serjt S.M.H.Flack Rand Rifles. Impressed. $ Visit to Ireland Medal, 1900 (VR). Insp. T.Lenihan D.M.P. Engraved. Very good. $ Visit to Ireland, Medal 1903 (EVIIR). P.C. H.Fitzpatrick D.M.P. Engraved. Fine. $ Visit to Ireland Medal, 1903 (EVIIR). T.Titzroy R.I.C. Edge knock and contact marks on obverse, engraved. Good. $ Visit to Ireland Medal, 1903 (EVIIR). C. T.Foley R.I.C. Engraved. Fine. Constable T Foley. Royal Irish Constabulary. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 363

5 3910 British War Medal, Pte A.Hine Leic P Pte F.Collins North'n R. Two single medals, both impressed British War Medal, Lieut J.C.Pike. Impressed. Extremely fine. Lieut Joseph Cecil Pike. 7th Royal Warwickshire Regt. Together with 6 photocopy pages of research including Attestation Form Mercantile Marine War Medal, Stanley Rudd. Impressed. $50 Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3906* Visit to Ireland Medal, 1911 (GVR). P.C. H.Wilson. Extremely fine. $ Mercantile Marine Medal, Louis Steen, impressed; Coronation Medal QEII 1953, unnamed; US Presidential Unit Citation; Australian Army Training Team Vietnam (AATTV) patch (repro). (4) $ India General Service Medal, (GVR) (Kaiser-i- Hind) - bar - Malabar P.C Koyakutty Calicut R.P India General Service Medal, one bar - North West Frontier Gnr J.L.Gallagher. R.A. Impressed. $80 Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection General Service Medal, (EVIIR) - bar - Iraq. J.A.T.Fielder. Impressed. $ * Delhi Durbar Medal, Unnamed. Extremely fine Star. TS-440 Whlr. J.W. Rodd A.S.C. Impressed. Very fine. $ British War Medal, Eng. Capt. A.R.Rolle R.N. $750 Together with death plaque with letters from the King (2); coloured invitation to Commonwealth Celebrations Victoria 1901, to recipient as member of HMS Wallaroo, and Naval officers dress sword General Service Medal, (GVR) - bar - Iraq Hvldr Astahang Limbu 1-10-Gurkha R. Impressed General Service Medal, (GVR) - bar - Iraq. R.Pallett. Impressed. Extremely fine Burma Star. IEC-2809 Capt. D.S. Major A.S.C. Impressed. $ Air Crew Europe star; Atlantic Star; Defence Medal Three medals all unnamed. Extremely fine. (3) 364

6 3925 General Service Medal, (EIIR) - bar - Arabian Peninsula L.A.C. B.M.Sadler RAF. Impressed. Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Campaign Service Medal, bar - South Arabia Sgt. J.Deveraux ACC. Impressed. $200 Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3921* General Service Medal, (GVR) - bar - Palestine B.Const. W.F.Hawes Pal.Police. Impressed. $ * Campaign Service Medal, 1962 (EIIR) - bar - Northern Ireland Pte T.McGaughey UDR. Impressed. $ * General Service Medal, (GVR) - bar - Palestine B/Const. R.Ives Pal. Police. Impressed. Extremely fine. $ General Service Medal, (GVIR) - bar - S.E.Asia Rfn Birkharahadur Limru, 3-10 G.R. General Service Medal (GVIR) bar Hav. Bikram Singh M.G.Bn. Dogra R. Two single medals, both impressed. $ General Service Medal, (GVIR) - bar - Malaya. ZB Anderson Simion K.A.R. Impressed. Edge knock on obverse and reverse, very fine * Africa General Service Medal, (EIIR) - one bar Kenya. T.P.R. Gichhi Nguru. Impressed. 365

7 3931 Special Constabulary Long Service Medal, (GVR) - bar - The Great War Herbert W.Davis. Henry Hyder. Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVR) - bars - The Great Wat ; Long Service Ernest Ullyett. Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVR) - bars - Long Service 1929; Long Service William G.Parfoot. Four single medals, all impressed. Very fine - nearly uncirculated. $ Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (EIIR). Kenneth S.Hawkins. Impressed. Uncirculated. 3929* Coronation Medal, Scottish Police, 1911 (GVR). PC. D.Gunn. Engraved. Extremely fine. Constable David Gunn. Leith Burgh Police Force. Special Constable Kenneth Scott Hawkins. Joined the City of London Special Constabulary on 28Feb1964 aged 47yrs, Divisional No.249"C", he served at Bishopsgate Police Station until he retired on reserve 13Mar1967. Entitled to Military Medal, Star, Italy Star, Africa Star, Atlantic Star, British War Medal , Terrirtory Efficiency Medal, M.I.D. Together with letter and 2 pages of service details. 3933* Ireland. Reward of Merit, Royal Irish Constabulary Medal (second type). Constable Bertie S.Daniels engraved on reverse. Very fine and rare. $3, * Ulster Special Constabulary Long Service Medal, (EIIR) with three Long Service bars, Queen's Commendation for Brave Conduct. Sgt. Instr. Joseph J.McGaughey. $300 Queen's Commendation for Brave Conduct. L.G.: 07May1957 Bertie S Daniels. Born London, 19Jun1899. Recommended for medal by Major D.I.Flemming, 13Jul1920 for his part defending Fenit Police Station which was attacked on 01Jun1920. Extract from the Cork Examiner dated 3 June 1920 'Kerry Barrack Burned. Two Hours Siege. Traloe, Wednesday. - Fenit Police Barrack, eight miles from Tralee was destroyed by fire by a large party of raiders this morning. Sergeant Murphy and seven constables were stationed in the barracks. At 2 o'clock the raiders entered the adjoining housed of Captain O'Mahony and Mrs Lynch and put out the occupants. They then made a large opening in Captain O'Mahony's roof, poured petrol on the barracks roof and opened fire. The police replied and a fierce battle ensued, lasting two hours, by which time the barracks and adjoining houses were enveloped in flames...' Together with photocopies of newspaper articles. 366

8 3934* Colonial Police Medal for Gallantry, (GVIR). Sgt Cl.2 Moussa Nami Moustafa Cyprus Police Force. $1,750 CPMG. L.G.: 06Sep1946 No page Moustaffa Moussa Nami Sergeant 2nd Class Cyprus Police Force, extract from the book 'The Colonial Police' by Sir C Jeffries, chapter * Indian Police Medal, (for Distinguished Conduct) (GVR)(first type). J.D.Conway Sergt Madras Police. Engraved. One of six medals awarded for the action. Fine. $750 John Daniel Conway. Sergeant Madras Police. IPM. Gazette of India Extraordinary: 01Jan1934 page 31. 'These Officers took part in the operations against the hill tribes in the Kalyanasingapur Valley of the Vizagapatam Agency in January The operations involved camp life and hard marching day and night in very difficult country, and these officers rendered consistently good and ungrudging service in the face of all difficulties and inconveniences. The fine spirit of all six officers kept up the hearts of the men under their command and materially contributed to the complete success of the operations which have, it is hoped, ended a situation that has constituted a menace for several years. Together with two pages of research Imperial Service Medal, (GVR), coinage bust and crowned bust. William Henry Bern on the first medal, William Arthur Hodgson on the second medal; General Service Medal (GVIR) - one bar - Malaya, SC Osmal B Mat. Yassin F of M Pol. Impressed with partial official re-naming. First two medals impressed. In cases of issue, the first with damage to the obverse, extremely fine. (3) 3935* The Colonial Police Force, Long Service and Good Conduct (GVIR). P.C Ahmet Djemal. Engraved. Very fine. $300 Djemal Ahmet, Police Constable, Cyprus Police Force Imperial Service Medal, (GVR) , circular type, coinage profile , reverse "For Faithful Service" housed in case of issue. Uncirculated. $80 367

9 BRITISH GROUPS 3939* Pair: George Medal (GVIR); Defence Medal Harley H.Wright on first medal. First medal impressed, second medal unnamed. $5,000 Harley Harry Wright. Police Sergeant, London Metropolitan Police. GM. L.G.: 05Dec1944 p.5567 'A flying bomb demolished premises and started a large fire. There was a public shelter in the basement of the burning buildings, the entrances to which were blocked by debris. Sergeant Wright found a possible entrance in an area 10 feet below ground level. Debris blocked the area and had destroyed the steps down, but had not quite reached the doorway into the shelter. In spite of the fact that the part of the building by the area was blazing and the walls and remaining floors were in imminent danger of collapse, the Sergeant, followed by Sexton, climbed the railings and dropped into the area. Additional danger arose from a covered bridge immediately overhead which was burning strongly and was likely to lapse at any moment. The officers discovered two men and a woman in the shelter. It was not possible to get back through the area, owing to the fire, and there was no chance of escape at the rear as the exit was blocked. The shelter was slowly flooding and was filled with smoke and debris, electric cables which had become detached from the walls were on fire and an electric fuse box exploded in the Sergeant's face causing temporary blindness and severe burns. Wright made the people lie down in the water in an endeavour to assist breathing, which was made difficult by the dense smoke and overpowering heat. After some time the officers discovered that the fire around the area had abated, and it was decided to make an attempt to get out that way. With the assistance of the Sergeant, Sexton succeeded in climbing over the debris and railings and then ran to get assistance. Wright, who was by this time very weak and badly burned, was unable to assist the others but he managed to get himself out and secured assistance for the remainder of the party, who were successfully extricated by means of ropes and a ladder. Wright and Sexton showed great courage and devotion to duty. It must have been obvious to both officers before they started on this rescue that a complete collapse of the building was more or less inevitable owing to the fierceness of the fire and that when once inside the shelter their means of escape might be blocked'. part 3940* Family Group. Pair: Egypt Medal one bar - Tel-El- Kabir; Khedives Star 1882(1882). 615 Pte. J. Docherty 2/Sea (partial regimental re-naming) engraved on the first medal, 78/615 impressed on the second medal. Pair: Queen's South Africa Medal three bars - Cape Colony, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901; King's South Africa Medal two bars - Cape Colony, South Africa Pte. J. Docherty. Arg. & Suth. Highrs. on the first medal, 4938 Pte. J. Docherty. A. & S. Highrs. on the second medal. Both medals impressed. Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte. J. Docherty. R.IR:Regt. All medals impressed. Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal Spr. J. Docherty. R.E. Both medals impressed. $1, Private Joseph Docherty K.I.A. France 04Jul1916. Together with Commonwealth War Graves internet printout. 3941* Pair: India General Service Medal two bars - Punjab Frontier , Tirah ; Queen's South Africa Medal two bars - Transvaal, South Africa Pte A.Lightfoot K.O. S.Bordrs. on the first medal, 4949 Pte A.Lightfoot K.O. Scot. Bord. on second. First medal engraved, second impressed. $800 Together with researcher's letter and copies of rolls confirming entitlement, copies of service record (part), campaign research and photograph. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 368

10 3942* Group of Six: Queen's South Africa Medal five bars - Cape Colony; Orange Free State; Transvaal; South Africa 1901; South Africa 1902; British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; Territorial War Medal ; Volunteer Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (EVIIR); Territorial Force Efficiency Medal (GVR) Sgt C.Ives Vol Coy Northampton Regt on first medal, T W.O.Cl.1 C.H.Ives A.S.C. on second, third and fourth medals, 2026 C.Sjt C.Ives 1/V.B Nthptn Regt on fifth medal and T W.O.Cl.1 C.Ives R.A.S.C. on last medal. All medals impressed. $1, Trio: Queen's South Africa Medal five bars - Cape Colony, Orange Free State; Transvaal; Tugela Heights, Laings Nek; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte. A. Robinson. Scot. Rifles on the first medal, W.O. Cl.2. A.Robinson. North'd. Fus. on the second and third medals. All medals impressed. $ Pair: Jubilee (Metropolitan Police) Medal bar ; Coronation (Metropolitan Police) (EVIIR) bronze medal PC. G.Knight 2nd Div. Both medals engraved. Very fine. $ Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte G.T.Page North'n R. All medals impressed. $400 George Thomas Page. Pte Northamptonshire Regiment 2nd Battalion. K.I.A.14Mar1915. Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, panel 28 to 30. Together with page confirming casualty details. Christopher H Ives. Warrant Officer Class 1. Together with some research confirming medal bars, copies of two photographs of medals being presented. 3943* Group of Six: Queen's South Africa Medal three bars - Cape Colony; Wittebergen; Transvaal; King's South Africa Medal - two bars - South Africa 1901; South Africa 1902; Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; Defence Medal Trooper E.G.Simms 1st Brabants Horse on first medal, 1412 Q.M.S. E.G. Simms 1st Kitcheners Fighting Scouts on second medal, Rfm. E.G. Simms 5th S.A.M.R. on third medal, 2. Lieut. E.G. Simms on fourth and fifth medals, the last medal unnamed. The first two medals renamed, engraved. The third, fourth and fifth medals impressed. $ Group of Four: Queen's South Africa Medal three bars - Cape Colony, Paardeberg, Johannesburg; King's South Africa Medal two bars - South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte C.W.Judge 1/K.O.S.B on the first and second medals, name erased on third and fourth medals. Impressed. $450 With summaries of medal entitlements, including for World War I issues. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3948* Pair: Queen's South Africa Medal two bars - Cape Colony, Orange Free State; King's South Africa Medal two bars - South Africa 1901, South Africa Lt Col W.E.C. Ellis, Yorkshire Regt. on the first medal, Lt Col W.E.C.Ellis York Rgt. on the second medal. First medal impressed, second engraved. $1,200 Lt Col William Ellis Chute Ellis. Retired 21Feb1900. Together with photographs (2), remnants of original medal cardboard box, original letter notifying of medal award, Ellis family research and batallion research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 369

11 3949* Pair: Queen's South Africa Medal three bars - Cape Colony; Orange Free State; Transvaal; King's South Africa Medal two bars - South Afirca 1901; South Africa Pte W.Coles 2nd Northampton Regt. Impressed. $ Pair: Queen's South Africa Medal one bar - Natal; King's South Africa Medal two bars - South Africa 1901, South Africa Pte. J.Denton 19/Hrs on the first medal, 4318 Pte J.Denton 19th Hussars on the second medal. First medal engraved, second impressed. $400 With copies of rolls confirming entitlement. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3952* Group of Four: Military Cross (GVR) and bar; Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal The first medal un-named, Capt. C.M. Brisco-Owen. R.E. on the second medal, Capt. C.M. Brisco-Owen R.A.F. on the third and fourth medals. Second to fourth medals impressed. $9,000 Clarence Morland Brisco-Owen, Capt. (temp) 23Oct1915 R.E. Flying Officer (Observer) 07Dec1917 R.F.C., Capt. (temp, Observer) 31May1918. Entered France 30Oct1915 (Capt. R.E.). Died India 17Sept1919 cause unknown. His MC was awarded whilst serving with the R.E.S. and bar to M.C. with the R.F.C. MC. L.G.:10Jan1917: for "conspicuous gallantry in action. He remained twelve hours supervising repairs to a railway line under heavy artillery fire". London Gazette, 17 September Bar for "conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in making numerous daring reconnaissances of enemy wire and trenches at very low altitudes, during which he and his pilot constantly emptied their drums into the enemy trenches, undeterred by violent machine-gun fire. He secured information of utmost value, which could not have been obtained by any other means." Together with a substantial file of photocopied service records and combat reports, well detailed, also LG pages. An interesting insight into an officer who risked his life on numerous occasions and survived the war sadly to die shortly afterwards. 3951* Group of Six: Military Cross (GVR); Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal with MID; India General Service Medal three bars - Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919, Waziristan , Waziristan ; Delhi Durbar Medal The first medal unnamed, Sjt. W.J.Goodman R.G.A. on the second medal, Capt W.J.Goodman on the third and fourth medals, Lieut W.J.Goodman, 23 P.Bty on the fifth medal, Br. W.Goodman No.5 M.B.R.G.A. on the sixth sixth medal. The last medal engraved, others impressed. $3, * Group of Six. Distinguished Flying Cross (GVR); British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; Defence Medal ; British War Medal with MID; Greece, Military Cross. J.R.F. Randell Med.1918 on the first medal, Lieut. J.R.F. Randell R.A.F. on the second and third medals, S/Ldr J.R.F. Randell D.F.C. R.A.F. on the fourth and fifth medals, the sixth medal unnamed. First to fifth medals impressed, sixth medal unnamed. $9,500 Confirmed on roll. Together with research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 370

12 Lieut. Jarvis Rupert Francis Randell. DFC., L. G.: 03Dec1918: (Sea Patrol, Mediterranean) 'This officer has shown great gallantry on several occasions, notably on 9th August, when, having driven down a hostile machine, he attacked a train at 500 feet altitude, compelling the drivers to jump out. He then engaged a machine leaving its aerodrome, causing it to crash. Descending to twenty feet, he obtained a valuable reconnaissance of the hangars. During the whole time he was subjected to heavy anti-aircraft and machine-gun fire.' The following extracts are taken from the weekly operational reports issued by Headquarters, R.A.F. Group, Aegean: 24 June 'On two occasions enemy machines have attempted to spot on to our front line positions. On the first occasion, , a 2-seater was escorted by three D-III Albatros. Four Camels left to attack. One (Lieutenant J.R. Randell) dived on the 2-seater which was hit and last seen going down over enemy territory, but was in turn attacked by a D-III. This machine was engaged by Lieutenant W.R. Glenney, but he had to break off owing to jamming of one gun. The remaining D-IIIs now attacked Lieutenant J.R. Randell but as he was having trouble with his gun he dived, and they retired up the Angista Valley towards Drama. The other two Camels did not sight hostile aircraft. Lieutenant Randell, having expended his ammunition, returned and left again in another machine to locate the 2-seater which seemed to have crashed. What was probably the same machine was again spotted Two D-III scouts after attacking our front line reconnaissance, were engaged by Lieutenant Randell in a Camel. He had his centre section hit several times. He registered hits on both machines and they retired towards Drama, but picking up the 2-seater in the Angista Valley they all returned to the front line. Lieutenant Randell again attacked but his starboard gun jammed and the two scouts dived on him, while he dived for his own aerodrome. Meanwhile two Camels which had been sent to engage got into attacking position. The D-IIIs saw them, retired towards Drama and were lost to sight...' 20 August 1918 'Further to weekly operation report No. 125 Two Camels (Lieut. Randell and Lieut. Williams) on engaged H.A. over Drama. Lieut. Williams attacked the H.A. (DIII) and got several bursts into the machine which dived with the Camel on its tail, and was lost sight of about 100 feet from the ground. Lieut. Randell dived down to 500 feet from the ground and fired on a train going into Drama Station, he then silenced a machine gun with his guns and flew over Drama Aerodrome and fired into the Hangars during which time another DIII was observed taking off across wind; this was attacked and seen to bounce twice and fall on its nose eventually crushing its right wing. Lieut. Randell then fired into a petrol dump after which he returned to Stavros as his engine was 'missing'. Two large two-seater machines and two Scouts were observed outside the hangars. On , heavy bombs were dropped on Gereviz Air Station close to hangar in which there was a H.A.' 19 September 1918 (The following was published in the Daily Orders of the XIII Greek Division on the 25 August 1918): 'On perusal of the Flying Report of the 23rd instant submitted to me by the R.A.F. Stavros in which the British Airman Lieut. R. Randell at a great personal risk and after a fierce fighting brought down a large hostile aeroplane Albatross type, which crashed on the ground N.W. of the town Pravi. I thereby express my heartiest congratulations for his bravery and intrepidity.' Signed: J. Negropoulis, GOC., XIII Greek Division. As a result of this last incident the Greek Government conferred on Lieut. Randell the Greek Military Cross, 3rd class, which award was announced in the London Gazette on 8 February Lieutenant Jarvis Rupert Francis Randell served on a number of Aegean Islands during 1918, but his main service was with 'D' Squadron on Stavros. 'D' Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service, became 221 Squadron, Royal Air Force, on 1 April In early 1919 the squadron saw service in Russia, based at Petrovsk, Barum and Baku. Randell served throughout the Second World War on non-operational flying duties. He ended the war as a Squadron Leader, 1 July 1944, and was mentioned in despatches in the London Gazette, 8 June, Together with photocopied research for LG entries and operational reports supporting his four victories. 3954* Trio: Military Medal (GVR); British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte. J.Bennett. 9/R.Innis. Fus. All medals impressed. $1,200 Together with copies of service record (part), rolls confirming entitlement and London Gazette entry. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Group of Four: Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVR) - bar - The Great War ; Imperial Service Medal (GVR); Metropolitan Police Special Constabulary Medal 1914; Metropolitan Police Silver Service Star Sub-Inspr. William Bellingham on first medal, William Bellingham on second medal. First and second medals impressed, third and fourth medals unnamed. Very good - very fine. $120 ISM. L.G.: 21Jul1931 No page Together with Metropolitan Special Constabulary lapel badge for Sub-Inspector 3956* Group of Four: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; India General Service Medal (GVR) - bar - Burma No.1274 Sepoy Ujjagar Singh, Mandalay Rn.Attd 15/Sikhs on first and second medals, 5795 Hav. Ujagar Singh. Res Bn B.M.P. on last medal. All medals impressed. $500 Together with single shoulder titles, 14 Sikhs, 15 Sikhs. 371

13 (pseudonym Guy Cottar) Tenacity, 1927; A Key to Victory, 1940; Planning the War, Club: Army and Navy. Together with substantial research including researcher's letters and copies of rolls confirming entitlement, Who's Who entries, posed photograph prints (2), obituary, unit research and London Gazette entries. Also with copies of casualty rolls, unit research, action research, war diary intelligence summary and memorial research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal Capt R.P.Needham. Both medals impressed. $300 Robert Philip Needham. 1st Battalion Northamptonshire Regt. Taken prisoner 10Jul1917 Lombartzydz near Nieuport, Belgium. Together with 3 photocopy pages of research including statement regarding circumstances which led to capture Trio: Star, British War Medal , Victory Medal J R.J.Elliott Boy.1.R.N. on first medal other two show number as J (3) $ Pair: British War Medal ; Mercantile War Medal , George L. Poingdestre. Impressed. Extremely fine. Engraved or impressed Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte. A.O. Robinson W. Rid. R. Impressed. Very fine. $ * Family Group. Trio: 1914 Star - bar - 5th Aug-22 Nov 1914 'Mons'; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte. A. Ross 2/Gord. Highrs. on the first medal, Lieut O.D.M.Garsia on the second and third medals. Impressed. Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal with MID. Lieut-Col W.C.Garsia on both. Impressed Star. Lt Col H.G.Garsia D.S.O. A.S.C. Impressed. $2,200 Who's Who entry (1948): Lieutenant Colonel Willoughby Clive Garsia. DSO.1918; M.C.; S(on) of late Capt. C.Garsia, Bengal Staff Corps; born Nelson New Zealand 22 Feb 1881, Educated: New Zealand. Entered Army 1900, retired pay, 1920; South African War (Queen's Medal and five clasps); Language Officer, Japan (attached Japanese Army), ; served European War, ; organised and served as Chief Staff Officer, British Adriatic Mission, 1915; O.C. British Mission with R.Serbian Army, 1916; G.S.O. 1 54th Div. 1917; G.S.O. 1 53rd Div 1918; Acting Chief of Staff, British Forces in Egypt, 1919 (D.S.O., M.C., Serbian White Eagle 3rd Class, Order of Nile, 3rd Class, despatches 4 times); retired Publications 3962 Pair: British War Medal , Victory Medal to 4783 Pte. T.Hall. Monmouth. R.; another Pair; British War Medal , Victory Medal to Pte J.M.Graham M.G.C.; Stars (2) named to ,G. K.Smith E.R.A.1.R.N.; 3786 Pte. A. E. Head Midd'x R.; British War Medal to Pte.2 A.S.Wright R.A.F. (no ribbon); Victory Medals (4) named to SR Gnr. G.Simons. R.A.; Pte. J.M.Moffat. L'Pool R.; J 7194 F.Y.Thomson. A.B. R.N.; O.Z.7248 W.Ferguson. A.B. R.N.V.R.; Mercantile Marine War Medal to Martin White. (12) $ Pair: Edinburgh City Special Constabulary Long Service Medal 1914; Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVR). George Kirk. First medal unnamed, second medal impressed. Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVIR) - bar - Long Service Victor R.White. Impressed. Coronation (Metropolitan Police) Medal Insp. G.Davis. Engraved. One pair and two single medals. Very fine - extremely fine Pair: India General Service Medal (GVR) - bar - North West Frontier ; India General Service Medal (GVIR) - bar - North West Frontier Sep.Mir Hassan.F.C. Both medals impressed. Both medals cleaned, otherwise fine - very fine. 372

14 3966* Group of Five: Distinguished Flying Medal (GVIR); Star; Atlantic Star; British War Medal ; Defence Medal Sgt H.S.Webb RAF on first medal. First medal engraved, remaining medals unnamed. Good very fine. $5, * Group of Five. Distinguished Flying Cross (GVIR); Star; Air Crew Europe Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal "1944" officially engraved on the first medal, the other medals unnamed. $6,000 Attributed to Squadron Leader Peter Ivan Hart. The recommendation for the distinguished Flying Cross is dated 02Nov1944, 140 Squadron 2nd Tactical Air Force " Flight Lieutenant Hart joined from 231 Squadron in April After completing 13 sorties in Spitfires he returned to 231 Squadron in August and did six operations in Mustangs before being sent to O.T.U. to train on Mosquitos. He then returned to 140 Squadron and has now completed 38 Sorties in Mosquitos. In addition he has flown as Second Pilot on two night operations in Wellingtons of 69 Squadron. He has operated over France, Belgium, Holland and Germany, frequently encountering very bad weather in addition to enemy opposition. He has taken low level oblique photographs as well as height level verticals, one low level sortie being along the Rhine Valley. Throughout his rather extended tour his attitude towards operations has been quite outstanding, his keenness and zest for work have been a valuable example to the Squadron." Together with RAF Pilots Log Book covering the period 06Nov1941 to 20Jul1946, photographs, newspaper cuttings and other research. Two entries in the log book are 1: navigator shot in head and killed by yanks, 2: operation Swish Blonde where he has written up his marriage as an operation in his logbook. Sidney Howard Webb. Sergeant No.59 Squadron, Wireless Operator/Air Gunner. DFM. L.G.: 28Jan1941 'Sergeant Webb has been the Wireless Operator/Air Gunner to Flt.Lt.R.W.Ayres, D.F.C. and has taken part in a large number of operational flights. He has at all times shown great courage, determination and coolness of a high order and has been of the greatest assistance to his pilot. On one occasion when his guns had been damaged and after he had been slightly wounded in the face, he directed his pilot's evasive manoeuvres while being attacked by twelve Me.109s. The aircraft returned safely to base. On another occasion, although wounded by antiaircraft fire, he continued to direct the pilot's tactics for the evasion of flak and searchlights and, on the way home, made persistent efforts to repair his wireless set which has been put out of action by shell fire. He has shot down one enemy aircraft and has probably damaged others. He has set a fine example to others and his conduct is worthy of an award.' Together with Goldfish Club embroidered badge, Logbook , Services & Release book, photographs, original carboard box as mailed Group of Eight: Africa Star, Atlantic Star; Italy Star. France and Germany Star; Pacific Star; Burma Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal A.F.P. James engraved, last two unnamed. Extremely fine. $ Group of Six: Star; Italy Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; General Service Medal (GVIR) - bar - Malaya; Army Long Service Good Conduct Medal (EIIR) - scroll - Regular Army. The first four medals un-named, Cpl W.H.Mitchell. S.G. on the fifth medal, Sgt. W.H.Mitchell R.P.C. on the sixth medal. Impressed. $250 Together with a Royal Life Saving Society bronze medal - two bars and R.L.S.S. awarded to W. Mithchell July Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Group of Five: Star; Burma Star; Atlantic Star; British War Medal ; Royal Fleet Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (GVIR). The first four medals un-named, JX G.Clark. Dev. B L. Sig. R.F.R. impressed on the last medal. $250 With an additional Star Group of Four: Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Efficiency Medal (GVIR) - bar - India; India Independence Medal (Police) Sgt I.D.Anderson, Bangalore Contgt. A.F.(I) on first and second medals, Ren 1055 Anderson I.D.Bn 2,M. & A.M. Ry Rif A.F.I. on third medal, S/Major I.Dec Anderson Mysore Police (Wireless) on last medal. First, second and last medals engraved, third medal partly renamed. Fine. $ Trio: Star; Air Crew Europe Star; British War Medal All medals un-named. Extremely fine. $450 Lot 3966 In OHMS delivery box addressed to Mrs, Shawlands, Glasgow. Medals unworn in wax packets. 373

15 3972 Pair: Star; British War Medal P-1120 I.W.O. G.E.O. Anderson I.A.P.S. Both medals impressed. $200 AUSTRALIAN SINGLES G.E.Q.Anderson P/1120 Indian Army Postal Service, P.O.W.01Sep1946 Died in captivity. Together with commemorative scroll, W.W.I memorial plaque to 'Isac Satkel' engraved on reverse 'In Loving Memory of P1120 IWO GEQ Anderson I.A.P.S. 5th Feb 1942 Singapore' Pair: Defence Medal ; Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (EIIR)(Ulster) - bar - Long Service. John McCorkell. First medal unnamed, second medal impressed. Very good. 3976* Victoria Local Forces, Volunteer Long and Efficient Service Medal (type 1). C.Kellow Impressed. Good extremely fine. $1, * Trio: General Service Medal (GVIR) - three bars - Palestine; Palestine ; Malaya; Defence Medal ; British War Medal B.Const. W.J.Hayes Pal.Police on first medal. First medal impressed, second and third medals unnamed. Very fine and rare. $ * Brassey, Field Firing & Marching Competition Medal, second type, Won by 2nd Batt Inf. B'gde 24 May 1899 on reverse, Pte G.Lever around edge. Engraved. $ Pair: Naval General Service Medal (EIIR) - bar - Brunei; Campaign Service Medal bar - South Arabia. R.M B.Moore Mne R.M. on first medal, R.M B.Moore Mne R.M. on second medal. Both medals impressed. Extremely fine. $ * Queen's South Africa Medal, two bars - Cape Colony, Orange Free State. 5 Pvte. G.L.Hardey S.A.M.R. Engraved. $2,

16 Trooper George Lawrence Hardey, 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles. DOD 04Jun1900 Bloemfontein. Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Queen's South Africa Medal, four bars - Cape Colony; Rhodesia; Orange Free State; Transvaal. Named to 503. Tpr T.E.Woods Cits Bushmen Engraved. $1,500 Trooper Thomas Edward Woods, A Squadron confirmed on roll Queen's South Africa Medal, four bars - Orange Free State; Transvaal; South Africa 1901; South Africa Pte J.Quine Queensland I.B. Impressed. $1,000 John Quine. Enl.Mar1901 Disch.23Jun1902. Together with photocopies of part service details Queens South Africa Medal, five bars - Cape Colony; Rhodesia; Transvaal; South Africa 1901; South Africa No 25 Farrier Sergt F. Connors Engraved. With silver pin backed suspender bar. Top two bars not attached to other bars. $ Francis Connors confirmed on roll for C Coy NSW Imperial Bushmen 3984* King's South Africa Medal, two bars - South Africa 1901; South Africa Medal Lieut W.S.Wearne N.S.W. I.B. Impressed. $2,250 Lieut William Stewart Wearne. Murray pg Queen's South Africa Medal, one bar - South Africa Pte T.P.Brannagan. Aust. Com. H. Impressed. $450 Promoted Lance-Corporal 11Jul1902. Together with research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 3985* Colonial Auxiliary Forces, Long Service Medal (EVIIR). No.7 Warrant Officer Pte G. Wisdom. Adelaide Rifles. Engraved. $450 Together with research including photograph. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Star Pte S. Henderson 10/BN. A.I.F. Impressed. 3983* China Medal A.McKenzie A.B., N.S.Wales Nav. Contgt. Edge bruise at 6 o'clock on reverse, otherwise very fine. $5,000 A.McKenzie. No.103 Able Seaman attached to 'A' Company. Emb.08Aug1900 SS Salamis RTA.25Apr1901 SS Chingtu Enl.15Jul1915 Emb. Adelaide aboard HMAT Ballarat 14Sep1915 K.I.A. 20Nov1916 France with 50th Battalion. With research papers British War Medal, Pte T Perry 41 BN. A.I.F. Impressed. Dep. OS via Boonah aged 18 yrs 6mts, RTA , WIA gassed; W.I.A

17 3988 British War Medal, Pte A.J.MacPherson A.P.O.C. A.I.F. Victory Medal Cpl H.MacPherson 8 L.H.R. A.I.F. Two single medals, both impressed. $ Cpl Hugh MacPherson 8 LHR. Enl.28Sep1914 W.I.A. The Nek Gallipoli 07Aug1915 R.T.A.03Jul Victory Medal, A-Sgt. T.A. Coats 50 Bn. A.I.F. Impressed. $ * South Australia Police Force Medal, (GVIR) for Distinguished Service. Michael J.McMahon Late Insp. S.Australian Police. Engraved. Good very fine. $1,000 Michael Joseph McMahon. Born County Clare, Ireland 08Aug1876. Joined South Australian Police Force 01Aug1904 No.193. SAKPM. L.G.: 02Jan1939 page 22. Together with case of issue for medal and single sheet of service record. Thomas Alan Coats Enl. 17Apr1916, K.I.A. 27Sep1917. Together with photocopy of service record Victory Medal, Pte T.Baxter 2 Bn A.I.F. Impressed. Thomas Baxter Enl.12Jun1915 W.I.A.08Aug1918 France R.T.A.16Jan Victory Medal, T-Cpl F.Stillard Prov. Cps. A.I.F. Impressed. Frank Stillard Temp Cpl 58 Bn AIF Enl.05Jul1915 2nd Reinforcements 31Mar1916 ANZAC Police Corps 27Jul1916 A & NZ Mounted Division 14Feb1918 R.T.A.15May Victory Medal, Pte P.L.Smith 58 Bn A.I.F. Impressed. Peter Loach Smith Enl.28Mar1916 R.T.A.06Jun Imperial Service Medal, (GVR) and (GVIR) ; British War Medal John Henry Wilson on second medal, 4531 Pte J.T.Taylor 27 Bn A.I.F. on third medal. Three single medals, first medal unnamed, second and third medals impressed. Lot * Distinguished Flying Medal (GVIR). Aus Sgt. A.F. Burcher, R.A.A.F. Engraved. In Royal Mint box, suspender detached from medal, otherwise very fine. $20,

18 DFM. L. G.: 20 Apr 'Sergeant Burcher has completed a tour of operational duty during which he has displayed the greatest enthusiasm and keenness. He has taken part in attacks against German and Italian targets and in mining sorties off France and in the Baltic. He also flew as Rear-Gunner in the daylight raids on Danzig and Le Creusot. In July 1942, when returning from Saarbrucken, the aircraft in which he was flying was attacked by five enemy fighters. This airman's excellent commentary enabled his Captain to evade two of them, and his well-directed fire drove off another two and assisted in the destruction of the fifth. Throughout his tour Sergeant Burcher has displayed cheerfulness, courage and determination worthy of the greatest praise.' Anthony Burcher was born in Sydney in 1922 and joined the Royal Australian Air Force in After training in Canada, he was advanced to Sergeant in September 1941 and proceeded to the U.K. where he completed a full tour with No. 106 Squadron. Commissioned as a Pilot Officer in November 1942, he was Rear-Gunner in Flight Lieutenant J. V. "Hoppy" Hopgood's Lancaster 111 ED925G, "M-for-Mother", on 617 Squadron's epic Dams Raid on the night of May Together with Guy Gibson's Lancaster and the third aircraft in the leading section of the first wave, Hopgood's Lancaster was caught by searchlights as it crossed the Dutch coast but evaded by violent action which took it under high tension cables. Hopgood, having apologised for the unscheduled manoeuvre, climbed rapidly and ordered Burcher to keep his eyes peeled. Moments later there were more searchlights and Burcher opened up firing tracer from his four guns. In the next instant the Lancaster was raked from nose to tail by ground fire and Burcher was hit in the groin and stomach by shell splinters. His fire extinguished the searchlights but then a shell burst alongside his turret. The aircraft swung wildly and the Flight Engineer announced that the port outer engine was on fire. Burcher tried to rotate his turret but nothing happened. Hopgood, who had been wounded in the head, regained control, feathered the port outer, and called up the crew to discover the Wireless Operator had been hit in the leg and that there was no answer from the front turret. "M-for- Mother", nevertheless, pressed on towards the Mohne Dam. Gibson made the first attack, his bomb being released at a.m. A short while later, when the water had subsided from the terrific explosion, Gibson ordered Hopgood into the attack - 'Burcher heard the shout from navigator Ken Earnshaw to "Go lower, still lower!" He then heard "Bomb gone!" from Fraser. Just at that moment there was a terrific crash and Burcher saw flames streaming past his turret on the port side' (Alan Cooper's The Men Who Breached The Dams refers). The port inner had been hit by flak and was on fire. Hopgood made a gallant attempt to gain height so that his crew might bale out. Burcher desperately hand-cranked his slowly turning turret to the fore and aft position in order to reach his parachute stowed in the fuselage. He then plugged in his intercom and shouted to Hopgood, who, having managed some 300 feet, ordered him to jump. "M-for-Mother's" bomb meantime had bounced clean over the dam wall and completely destroyed the power house below. Inside the blazing Lancaster, Burcher assisted the severely wounded Wireless Operator with his chute and pushed him out into the darkness, pulling the D-ring release as he did so. The Men Who Breached The Dams continues: 'Burcher then pulled his own release while still in the aircraft. He knew it was not in the text books, but at this height he felt it was his only chance. Bundling it under his arm he plugged in the intercom for the last time. "Rear-Gunner abandoning aircraft," he yelled. At that moment there was a terrific bang and a great rush of air. The flames had reached the main wing fuel tank. Burcher was blown out and smashed into the tailplane so violently that he broke his back. He landed with a terrific thud, which was only to be expected at such a low height. As he hit, the parachute billowed and took him back up again and it was this, a German Medical Officer said later, that saved him.' Originally posted missing along with the rest of Hopgood's crew, Burcher's survival was communicated to R.A.A.F. authorities by his W.A.A.F. fiancee to whom he sent a Prisoner of War card from Stalag Luft 111 at Sagan: 'I have quite recovered and am being well treated. Unfortunately the rest of the crew were killed and so far it seems I am the only survivor. Please write to the next-of-kin of the other members of the crew telling them that the boys had a decent burial'. It later transpired that the Bomb-Aimer had also survived. Burcher was liberated and returned to the U.K. on 14 May He was promoted Flight Lieutenant in November 1944 and transferred to the R.A.F. in 1952 for service in Korea with No. 205 Squadron. He subsequently served with the same unit in Borneo in 1955 and with No. 209 Squadron in Malaya. That same year he also attended the premiere of the film "The Dam Busters", where he was able to tell Barnes Wallis that "M-for-Mother's" bomb had been responsible for the destruction of the Mohne Dam's power house, and that a Gerrman engineer whom he had met recently told him that this had caused great problems until rebuilt in Barnes Wallis's reply was that he had tried to get the R.A.F. to bomb it from normal bombing levels since 1941 but that they had refused, and so the concept of the bouncing bomb came to be born. Together with named gold "Caterpillar" badge (for bailing out on Dambuster raid), research notes and photographs of Burcher in uniform, on his own and with his daughter Pacific Star. Q L.H.Blake. VX85855 W.T.Brown. Two single medals, both impressed. Leslie Hinton Blake. 72nd Australian Dental Unit. Enl.25Apr1942 Disch.05Mar1946. Wesley Thomas Brown. L/Cpl 34th, 10th Anti Aircraft Battalion Enl.18Dec1941 CMF, 07Jul1942 AIF Disch.08Aug Star. VX84791 K.W.Smith. Pacific Star. VX R.G.Shanks. British War Medal VX43143 W.E.Watson. Three single medals, all impressed. VX84791 (V305128) Kenneth William Smith, Serg 23 Camouflage Unit RAAF, Enl.08Aug1942 Disch.19Oct1945. VX Richard Gavin Shanks, Lieut 33 Aust Works Coy (AIF), Enl.25Jul1942 Disch.04Dec1945. VX43143 William Edward Watson, Gunner 2/14 F Rgt, Enl.01Jul1940 Disch.04Dec Defence Medal VX31073 M.C.Stuart. British War Medal V V.Argiris. SX5345 H.W.Hider. VX15998 M.G.McCormack. Australia Service Medal. VX1221 D.J.Haldane. Five single medals, all impressed. Fine - very fine. VX31073 Maxwell Charles Stuart, Sapper 1 Aust Mob Litho Sec (AIF). Enl.10Jun1940 Disch.19Dec1945. V Vasilios Argiris, Pte 4 Employment Coy. Enl.06Mar1942 Disch.19Jun1943. SX5345 Howard Walker Hider, Staff Serg AAPC CPM SEC (M E). Enl.14Jun1940 Disch.18Jan1944. VX15998 Martin George McCormack, Staff Serg 2/14 Aust Inf Btn. Enl.21May1940 Disch.05Dec1945. VX1221 Douglas John Haldane, Sapper 2/2 F Engineers. Enl.21Oct1939 Disch.08Dec Australia Service Medal, NX36267 E.S.Whitteron. Impressed. Edward Sprowell Whitteron. Pte 2/30th Infantry Battalion. Enl.10Jul1940. Died of illness 10Jun1943. Buried Kanchanburi War Cemetery, Thailand, index No.THA 2.I.J Australia Service Medal, VX72422 P.J.Telly. W32163 G.F.Taylor. Two single medals, both impressed. Pte Russell James Telly, 108th General Transport Company Enl.15Jan1942 Disch.22May1946. Pte George Frederick Taylor, 9th Auxiliary Horse Transport Company, home service only. Accidently killed at Rottnest Island 17Oct Australia Service Medal - bar - Kuwait. R.A.Babi R Impressed. Extremely fine. $250 Cased with miniature. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection, 4002 General Service Medal, (GVIR) - bar - Malaya. A1808 T.G.E.Holder. Impressed. $450 Together with letter notification of award. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection General Service Medal, (EIIR) - bar - Malaya. 2/8434 J.W.West. Impressed. 3rd Battery Royal Australian Regiment. Arrived Singapore 10Oct1957. R.T.A.19Dec1959. Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 377

19 4004 Campaign Service Medal, two bars - Borneo, Malay Peninsula. J.G.Sandaver R Impressed. $350 Steward 2nd Class John Guy Sandaver, Royal Australian Navy. Enl.29May1964. Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 4008* Imperial Service Medal (GVIR). Colin Joseph Murphy. Impressed. Colin Joseph Murphy, Senior Constable New South Wales Police Force. ISM L.G.: 18Aug1950 No.39000, page Imperial Service Medal, (GVIR). William Lindsay Creswell Alford. Impressed. With case of issue. Good very fine. $120 William Lindsay Creswell Alford. Superintendent 3rd Class, New South Wales Police Force. ISM. L.G.: 28Sep1951 page Entitled to KPFSM. L.G.: 07Jun1951 page Together with newspaper clippings Imperial Service Medal, (EIIR). Linda May Parsons. Impressed. In Royal Mint fitted box, extremely fine. $ Coronation Medal, Unnamed. Extremely fine. 4005* Campaign Service Medal, bar - South Vietnam. Unnamed. $1,000 Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Vietnam Medal, G.W.Ridge. Impressed. Extremely fine. $400 Garry William Ridge, Royal Aust Army Provost Corps. Awarded to Inspector Alfred Roy Kent, Victoria Police No.6723, appointed Constable 05Jul1922, Inspector 04Mar1952, retired 12Oct1954. Together with official letter informing Inspector A.R.Kent of the award, certificate and twelve photocopy pages of service details Corps of Commissionaires, Award of Merit (bronze). 933 L.J.M.Allen engraved on reverse. Extremely fine. Leonard Joseph Matheson Allen, of Hawthorn, Vic was awarded the Royal Humane Society Of Australasia silver medal for goping to the rescue of two police officers being threatened by a man whom they were arrested on 29May1988 at Hawthorn. Together with newspaper clippings and copy of 2 pages of RHSA Annual Report Vietnam, Veteran's Association Medal and miniature. Extremely fine. $ * Knight Bachelor's Badge, (63 mm x 47 mm). With case of issue and original cardboard box from the Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor, addressed to Sir Philip Jones, Melbourne. Nearly uncirculated. $550 Sir Philip Frederick Jones. Born 1912, educated Barker College, Sydney. Chairman of Directors The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd., Melbourne. KBB. L.G.: 12Jun1971 page 5958 Lot

20 AUSTRALIAN GROUPS 4014 * Order of Australia (Member). (AM) to Dr Patricia Mary Lahy "For service to education". In case of issue with miniature, lapel pin, brooch and ribbon bar together with Certificate and Investiture Program as well as letters regarding award and investiture; University of Sydney Long Service Medal (50 mm),bronze for 25 years, in case of issue, together with Presentation Program. Medal engraved on reverse, Patricia Mary / Lahy / 1988; University of Sydney Sesquicentenary Medal in antique silver finish (50 mm) in case of issue. Extremely fine. (3 cased medals) $1,500 Together with certificates, documentation and letters relating to Degrees, Appreciation for Services performed, and other university related items including photos of Patricia Lahy. See also lots * Pair: Victoria Local Forces, Volunteer Long Service and Efficient Medal (type 2); Colonial Auxilliary Forces Long Service Medal (EVIIR). No.5360 R.Hughes Vict. Rangers on first medal, No.5630 Lance-Corporal R.Hughes, 1st Batt. Victorian Rangers on second medal. First medal engraved, second medal impressed. Extremely fine. $2,000 Together with Victorian Rangers badge. 4015* Commando Cross of Valour, in bronze with three bars, Rimau; Jaywick; Commando. Uncirculated. $500 With list of recipients. This award issued by 1 Commando Association on 26 January 1978 to eligible survivors or to families,relations or units of eligible recipients. 4017* Group of Six: Egypt Medal bar - Suakin 1885; China Medal 1900; Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; Khedives Star S.M.Davies Boy 1 Cl. H.M.S.Ranger on first medal, S.M.Davies P.O. 1 Cl. H.M.S. Dido on second medal, O.N S.M.Davis on third medal, 1881 S.M.Davis P.O. R.A.N. on fourth and fifth medals (note spellings Davies/ Davis). First to fifth medals impressed, last medal unnamed. Good - very fine. $2,500 Samuel Matthew Davis. WWI. Enl.01Jul1912 Disch.31Dec

21 Together with: two personal diaries; Australian Army Reserve membership card; Pay Book receipt; Pay Debit Sheet; Leave or Duty Ration Book - the lot contained in a fitted leather satchel; Field Service Correpondence Book; Certificate of Discharge; medal box of issue and ribbons; advice to N.O.K. of award of M.M.; letter regarding presentation of M.M.; various post war letters; four postcard photographs of A.I.F. in London Victory March; four postcards of French scenes; Death Certificate; military book (From the Australian Front Xmas 1917) and war service housing documents. MM. LG.: 6Aug * Group of Four: Military Cross (GVR); Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal (M.I.D). Capt W.H.G.Segrave 2nd Battery Aug.10th 1917 on Military Cross, 2168 Gnr W.H.G.Segrave 3/F.A.Bde A.I.F. on second medal, Captain W.H.G.Segrave A.I.F. on third and fourth medals. Military Cross engraved, other medals impressed. Good very fine. $5,000 William Henry Gilbert Segrave. Captain, served in Egypt, on Gallipoli, France, Belgium. Enl.21Aug1914, W.I.A.(gassed) 06Nov1917 Belgium, R.T.A.25Jan1919. MC. L.G.: 18Oct1917, C.G.: 14Feb1918 No.19 'On 10th August 1917, this officer was F.O.O. with "C" Group. His task was to move to Westhoek Ridge. This he succeeded in doing under great difficulty. Throughout the day he obtained and transmitted most valuable information. He assisted Lieut Lord also of "C" Group to capture six prisoners and a number of enemy maps near Westhoek. Owing to the postponement of the operation his task lasted 48 hours. He returned with valuable information. He showed splendid iniative and disregard of danger.' M.I.D 09May1917 C.G.: 04Oct1917 No.169. Together with ANZAC medallion, Jones Challenge shield medal in silver, inscribed 'Tug of War / for the / Jones Challenge Shield / 7th Year Winners / Commercial Union / Crystal palace / 1st June / 1912', silver fob inscribed 'S.A.C. / Team Race / 1906', photograph and photocopies of service record. 4020* Group of Five: Queen's South Africa Medal - four bars - Cape Colony, Rhodesia, Orange Free State, Transvaal; King's South Africa Medal - two bars - South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal ; Australia Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (Geo V). First two medals engraved, 6605 Cpl. T. Mason. Lan. Fus.; third & fourth medals impressed, NP408 T. Mason; last medal engraved, No 408. S.S.M. 3rd Cl (W.O.II) T. Mason. A.I.C. With original ribbon bar for QSA, KSA & LS&GC medals. Very fine, first and second medals renamed. (5) $ Group of Four: Queen's South Africa Medal five bars - Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902; British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service Medal (GVR) Tpr J.W. Waterston. Scottish Horse on the first medal, 4656 Pte. J.W. Waterston, 39Bn. A.I.F. on the second and third medals, Lt. J.W. Waterston 14th Battln on the fourth medal. The first three medals impressed, the last medal engraved. $2,500 John Walker Waterston. Enl.22May1916. R.T.A.20Dec * Group of Four: Military Medal (GVR); Star; British War Medal , Victory Medal. Named to 3318 GNR: H.Hughes. AUST:CORPS H.T.M.BY. on first medal, 3318 Pte H.Hughes 3/BN. A.I.F.on second, and 3318 BDR H.Hughes. 3 BN. A.I.F. on last two medals. All medals impressed. $4,

22 4022* Pair: Queen's South Africa Medal four bars - Cape Colony, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Wittebergen; King's South Africa Medal two bars - South Africa 1901, South Africa Pte. W. McAllister. N.S.W. A.M.C. on the first medal, 1945 Pte. W. McCallister N.S.Wales A.M.C. Impressed. $5,800 William McAllister, born Carlton, Victoria 05Nov1879. Enl. 10Jan1900 in Sydney. Embarked for South Africa with 2nd Contingent, AAMC 17Jan1900. R.T.A. 08Jan1901 and discharged. Embarked Sydney with Imperial Draft Contingent for the AAMC 17Mar1901. R.T.A. 03Jun1902. Together with copy of research notes. 4024* Pair: Queen's South Africa Medal four bars - Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen, South Africa 1901; Silver Jubilee Medal Tpr. W.Nation South Aus. I.B. on the first medal, the second medal unnamed. Impressed. $1,200 Trooper Wylie Nation, South Australian Imperial Bushmen. Enl. 23Apr1900. Later a leading member of the South Australian Police Force, eventually attaining rank of Metropolitan Superintendent (1936). Together with large volume of research, including biography by A.Rudd (22pp), contemporary and modern photographs (many), copies of rolls, family correspondence, genealogical research, copies of contemporary newspapers, contingent research, copy of service record (part), marriage certificate and police records. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Group of Five: Star; British War Medal ; Victory medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal Pte E.J.Monoghan 11 Bn A.I.F. on first medal, 3699 Cpl E.J.Monoghan 11 Bn A.I.F. on second and third medals, S E.J.Monoghan on fourth and fifth medals. All medals impressed. $2,000 Edward John Monoghan. WWI Enl.28Sep1915 Perth W.I.A.22/25Jul1916 Pozieres, France, P.O.W.16Apr1917, captured Boursies, interned Limburg Germany, R.T.A.03Mar1919. WWII Enl.23Jun1940 C.M.F., L/Cpl Provost Corps 4MD 7th Aust Kit Stores, Disch.24Mar1943. Together with 42 photocopy pages of service details. 4023* Pair. Queen's South Africa Medal four bars - Transvaal, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902; Coronation Medal Pte. F.Neale W.Australia M.I. on the first medal, the second medal unnamed. Impressed. $2,500 Also entitled to British War Medal and Victory Medal for service as 7976 Sergeant 7th Bn KOSB (WWI). Together with research including photographs. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Group of Five: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; British War Medal ; Territorial Decoration (GVR) - bar - Australia Pte F.N.Cornish 22/Bn A.I.F. on first medal, Lieut F.N.Cornish A.I.F. on second medal, V67071 F.N.Cornish on fourth medal, Major F.N.Cornish Reserve of Officers on fifth medal. First, second and fourth medals impressed, third medal renamed, last medal engraved. Fine - extremely fine. $1,250 Frederick Norman Cornish. Enl.08Apr1915 R.T.A.13Apr1919 Together with ribbon bar, photograph and 39 pages of service details. 381

23 4027 Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Named to 720 PTE G. Klug 31BN. A.I.F. no ribbons. Extremely fine. $2,000 Together with a Memorial Plaque named to George Klug. George Klug was a 27-year old painter, single and a native of Ballarat, Victoria. He enlisted on 14 July 1915 joining 31 Battalion Australian Infantry. He was killed in action on 24 April 1918 and is buried at Belgium 11 Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery Belgium. Source AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, War, Army. His name is located at panel 119 in the Commemorative Area at the Australian War Memorial. 4029* Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte F.H.Leggett 1/L.H.Rgt A.I.F. on first medal, 1705A Pte F.H.Leggatt 1 L.H.R. A.I.F. on second medal, 1705 Pte F.H.Leggatt 1 L.H.R. A.I.F. on third medal. All medals impressed. $2, * Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte. G. Brown. 18/BN A.I.F. All medals impressed. $2,400 Private George Brown. Enl. 25Feb1915. Wounded at Leanes Trench, Gallipoli 27Aug1915. D.O.W. on hospital ship off Lemnos 28Aug1915. Together with research notes and full copy of service records. Frank Herbert Leggett/Leggatt. 2/Sqn A.F.C. late 1st L.H.Regt. Enl.06May1915 Liverpool N.S.W., R.T.A.14Feb1919. Together with handcrafted map of Australia to wear on wrist, inscribed 'No.1705 / F.H.Leggatt / 1st Air Mechanic / 2nd Aus Sqd / A.F.C. / C of E', N.S.W. Railways Efficient medal 1928 with bar - F.H.Leggatt / Efficient 1929, Air Force Association badge 1961, photographs (2)(modern copies), 18 pages of service details and other reference material to Australian Flying Corps Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte A.McLellan 9 L.HRGT A.I.F. All medals impressed. $2, Pte Alexander McLellan. Enl.30Dec1914 service at Gallipoli 25Oct1915 R.T.A.09Sep Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Cpl. W. Barber. 27 Bn. A.I.F. All medals impressed. $1,800 Corporal William Barber. Enl. 22Jun1915. D.O.W. 20Nov1916. Together with Memorial Plaque for William Barber and copy of service records Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte J.B.Mill 5/Bn A.I.F. All medals impressed. Very fine - extremely fine. $1,500 James Barnett Mill. Enl.28Aug1914 Albert Park Vic Landed Gallipoli 25Apr1915 R.T.A.03Jan1916. Together with Volunteer for Active Service badge, medically unfit badge, Returned from Active Service badge, silver war badge, ANZAC Gallipoli medallion with lapel badge inscribed J.B.Mill, shoulder title 5INF, assorted badges, PMG Department buttons. Lot 4029 part 382

24 4038 Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte R.J.Evans 44-Bn A.I.F. Both medals impressed. $400 Richard Joseph Evans. Pte 44 Bn 45 Depot. Enl.14Jan1916 R.T.A.22Aug1919. Together with National Safety Council drivers award medals five years with four bars, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, and ten years with three bars, 1950, 12 years, 13 years, also 24 pages of service record Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal Lieut. C.J. Long A.I.F. Impressed. $600 Christopher John Long Enl. 23Mar1916, 16th btn W.I.A. Ypres 26Sep1917, R.T.A. 04May1918. Together with photocopies of service records. 4033* Trio: British War Medal ; Victory Medal ; Permanent Forces of the Empire Beyond the Seas Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct (GVR). Lieut J.H.Day A.I.F. on first and second medals, No.178 S.S.M. 2nd Class (W.O.1)(Hon Lieut) J.H.Day A.I.C. on third medal. First and second medals impressed, third medal engraved. $1,250 John Herbert Day Enl.03Sep1917 RTA.03May Trio Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte H.Norman 27Bn A.I.F. All medals impressed. $800 Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte J.B.Walker 2/Bn A.I.F. on first, 3033 Dvr J.B.Walker 12 Bn. A.I.F. on second and third. Impressed. $ Pair: British War Medal; Victory Medal Pte P R Rigby 3 Bn A.I.F. Impressed. $ Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal A/Cpl R.S.Smith 7 F.Amb. A.I.F. Both medals impressed. $300 A/Cpl Robert Stewart Smith 7th Field Ambulance A.I.F. Enl24Nov1915. R.T.A.04Jun1919. Together with research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal Pte R.Smith 58 Bn AIF. Both medals impressed. Very fine. $300 Reginald Smith. Enl.13Apr1917 R.T.A.08Jul1919. Pte/Dvr Jovanah Battista Walker 12th Battlion A.I.F. Enl. 14Jun1915. RTA.12Apr1919. Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal Lieut J.A.Lyons on first medal, Major J.A.Lyons on second and third medals. All medals impressed. $400 Major John Alexander Lyons. Northamptonshire Regiment. Together with some details of service, six pages Family group. Pair: British War Medal ; Vietnam Medal L/Cpl J.J.Warrell 9 F.C.E. A.I.F. Both medals impressed. Trio: Pacific Star; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal NX S.J.Warrell. All three medals impressed. $500 John James Warrell Enl.25Nov1915 R.T.A.12Jun1919. Stanley James Warrell Enl.24Jul1942 Disch.14Dec * Group of Eight: Order of the British Empire (MBE) (2nd type) (Military); Star; Africa Star; Pacific Star with 8th Army bar; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal ; Tobruk Siege Medal NX57320 E.C.Lecky on fifth, sixth and seventh medals, E.Lecry on last medal (note incorrect spelling). First to fourth medals unnamed, fifth to seventh medals impressed and last medal engraved. Extremely fine. $4,500 Ex. Ross Sutton Collection. Major Edmond Crawford Lecky. 20 Aust Inf Bde Sig Sect. Enl.12Feb1940 transferred to Reserve of Officers 19Jan1947 MBE. L.G.: 08Mar1945 'Most efficient devotion to duty at Finschafen (Pacific Area)'. Together with Record of Service Book (pg 36 medals confirmed), Demobilization procedure book, photocopy of map and details of Finschafen, official letter from General Blamey, A.I.F. Schools & Courses Certificate 1 Aust. Corps School of Signals. 383

25 Leonard George Hansen. Able Seaman. Enl.30Jan1939 Disch.21Dec1945. DSM. 'For skill, resolution and coolness whilst serving in HMAS Australia during operations in the Solomon Islands. (9 February 1943). Together with photographs, typed interview with L.G.Hansen 25Oct1986, newspaper clippings, 14 photocopy pages of service details and examinations. 4044* Group of Seven: Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (O.B.E. Civil, 2nd type)(lady); Star; Africa Star with 8th Army clasp; Italy Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; New Zealand War Service Medal All medals un-named. $2,000 Attributed to Matron Mollie Johnstone Scott. Citation from Government House, Sydney, dated 2nd June 1973 reads: 'For services to medicine. Miss Scott has been Matron of the Victor Maxwell Nursery for Blind Babies and Pre-School Children since 1957, and has also worked for the Australian Red Cross Society, the New South Wales Bush Nursing Association, and the Karitane Mothercraft Association'. Mollie Johnstone Scott was born in Auckland, NZ in 1909, daughter of Louis Archibald Scott and Biddy Scott. She gained her nursing degree in 1932 in Nelson, NZ. Her military service was with No.3 New Zealand General Hospital, serving in Egypt, Syria, Italy, and England. In 1945 she set up the New Zealand Military Repatriation Hospital in Kent, UK. She served with the Red Cross for 28 years and was President of the Woollahra Darling Point, NSW Branch from and with the NSW Bush Nursing Service for 23 years. From she was Matron of the Victor Maxwell Nursery for Blind Babies and Pre-school Children. She served with several NSW state and national organisations where she made major contributions to planning and restructuring. Together with Australian Red Cross Society Distinguished Service Award engraved to Mollie J. Scott ; Australian Red Cross Society Twenty Years Service Medal with two five year bars, engraved to Miss M. Scott E3185; Life member badge of the NSW Division of the Australian Red Cross Society; Australian Red Cross Society NSW Council badge; Australian Red Cross members badge (2); Original M.B.E. Royal Mint box complete with miniature medal; three sets of miniature campaign medals and ribbon bars; Royal Warrant signed by Queen Elizabeth II; O.B.E. citation; Government House Sydney investiture letter dated 2 August 1973; letter of reply from Miss Scott dated 21 August 1973; book 'The Chapel of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire' by Frederic Hood (1973); booklet 'Statutes of The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire' 1970; booklet 'The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Service of Dedication in St'Pauls Cathedral (London), Tuesday 17 May 1988; Letter and receipt for claimed medals from NZ Defence department 1964; Life Members badge and Council badge of the BNA N.S.W. branch; Royal Empire Society Fellows badge; NZ Returned Services Association badge. 4046* Group of Six: Distinguished Flying Cross (GVIR)(1945); Star; Burma Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal on first medal, Buchanan, K on second to sixth medals. All medals engraved. $3,800 Keith Buchanan Enl. 22May1942 Disch. 06Mar1946. Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross 10July1947, L.G.:19Oct1945. 'Flight Lieutenant Buchanan has completed his second tour of operational duty. As Wireless Operator he has proved himself highly efficient both in the air and on the ground. This officer's fine example has done much to maintain the high standard of achievement in his Squadron'. Together with research notes and a copy of extensive reminiscences by the officer (30 pages) in 'Beyond The Irrawaddy and the Salween' by D.G. Morris, Melbourne Group of Eight: Star; Africa Star; Pacific Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal ; Efficiency Medal (GVIR) - Australia scroll; Tobruk Siege 1941 Medal. First to fourth medals unnamed, fifth and sixth medals named to QX3064 L.F.Habermann, the seventh named to QX3064 Cpl Habermann.L.F. AM, the last to Habermann,L QX3064. The last two medals engraved, the other named medals impressed. $ Group of Six: Star; Africa Star; Pacific Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal VX26554 M.J.W.Hutchinson. All medals impressed. $350 Milton Julius Wells Hutchinson, W.O.Cl.II 2/4th Aust Field Regiment Royal Aust Artillery. Enl.13Jun1940 Disch.12Oct * Group of Five: Distinguished Service Medal (GVIR); Star; Pacific Star - bar - Burma; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal L.G.Hansen A.B. on first medal, B2345 L.G.Hansen on second to last medal. All five medals impressed. Good very fine. $8, Group of Six: Star; Africa Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal ; Greece War Medal VX10078 H.G.Rosewall first to fifth medals, sixth medal unnamed. Impressed. $350 Warrant Officer Herbert George Rosewall. Enl25Jan1940. R.T.A.08Oct1945. Together with photographs and Mostly Unsung service record. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 384

26 4050 Group of Six: Star; Africa Star; Pacific Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal QX11112 A.P. Gilby on all medals. Impressed. Extremely fine. $350 Arthur Philip Gilby Enl. 11Jul1940. Disch.09Dec Group of Six: 1939/45 Star; Africa Star; Pacific Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal SX2288 W.D.C.Weber. All medals impressed. $300 Pte William Daniel Cornelius Weber. Enl3Apr1940. R.T.A. 09Oct1945. Together with copy of service record and hand written research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Group of Six: Star; Africa Star with 8th Army clasp; Pacific Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal SX6018 J.Shaw on all medals. Impressed. $300 John Shaw, 2nd/43rd Battalion AIF. Enl.21Jun1940. R.T.A.30Oct1945. Together with researcher's copy of service outline, copy of battle honours roll and notes. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Group of Five: Star; Pacific Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal VX45517 A.Noall. All medals impressed. $250 Arnold Noall. Lt/Capt 8th Field Artillery Brigade, C.M.F.Militaria, 2/11th Field Regiment 2nd A.I.F., 4th Medium Regiment, R.A.A., post WWII C.M.F.. Enl.(Militia)26Jan1939, Lt 2/11 Field Regiment 01Jul1940, however attested 09Jul1940. Together with 3 typed pages of service record Family group. Group of Five: Star; Pacific Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal VX65220 T.W.Mappin. All medals impressed. Pair: British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal VF E.F.Mappin. Both medals impressed. $450 VX65220 Pte Tamilles William Mappin. Enl.04Nov1941 Dis.22Apr1945. VF Sgt Esme Francis Mappin, Australian Womens Army Service. Together with General Service badge and two pages of service details Group of Four: Star; Pacific Star; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal QX47954 J.J. Passmore on all medals. Impressed. $200 John Joseph Passmore. Enl. 01May1942. Disch.24Jun Group of Four: Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal VX25046 J.O.Rain. First medal engraved, second, third and fourth medals impressed, late issue. Good - very fine. $1,250 Jack Oswald Rain. Pte 2/1 Aust Machine Gun Bn 'D' Coy 14 Platoon. Enl.17Jun1940 Middle Park, Vic. P.O.W.01Jun Apr1945 captured Crete 01Jun1941, interned Germany, Stalag VIIA Bavaria, Stalag VIIIB Breslau. Together with cloth shoulder patches, photographs, letters from P.O.W. Camps Stalag VIIA, VIIIB, small personal notebook and wallets Group of Five: Star; Pacific Star; Australia Service Medal ; Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (EIIR). The first two medals unnamed, R.J. Reynolds on the third medal, the fourth medal an unnamed replica, the fifth medal R.J. Reynolds. Impressed. $200 Leading Aircraftman Ronald James Reynolds Enl. 26Apr1944. Disch. 19Dec1946. Together with ribbon bars, Medically Unfit badge, Returned from Active Service badge, 2nd Australian (NSW) Infantry Battalion number and shoulder title (WWI), ANZAC Day medallions 1916 & 1918, Peace Medallion 1919 all on a card Group of Five: Star; Italy Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; General Service Medal (GVIR) - bar - S.E.Asia Capt A.P.Schofield 8 Punjab R. on last medal. First to fourth medals unnamed, fifth medal impressed. $ Group of Five: Star; Africa Star with 8th Army clasp; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal SX11386 H.G.Laver. All medals impressed. $200 Sergeant Hedley George Laver. Enl.22Feb1941. Discharged 3Oct1945. Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection * Group of Four: Star; Pacific Star; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal V30155 E.J.Wadsley. All medals impressed. $550 Edward James Wadsley Enl.28Jun1940. Served with ANGAU, died of sickness 8th March 1945 in New Guinea, buried in Lae War Cemetery Grave T.C.10. Together with some research and photograph Group of Four: Star; Pacific Star; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal , all named to N91894 B.V.Driver. Impressed. Extremely fine. $200 Together with a photo of the medal recipient.

27 4062 Group of Four: Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal SX22865 G.W.U. Lines. All medals impressed. Very fine. $120 Pte George William Ulrich Lines. Enl.22Sep1937. Dischd.19Nov1945. Together with researcher's copy of service outline. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Trio: Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal TX10129 R.J.Stocks. All medals impressed. $ Group of Four: Star; Pacific Star; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal Named to NX S.J.Hunter impressed. No ribbons. Almost extremely fine. (4) $ Pair. Jubilee Medal 1935; Coronation Medal Both medals un-named. Extremely fine. Together with two letters of award to Mr Reid, the first signed by the Governor, Government House, Sydney and dated 3 May 1935, the second, from the Premier of NSW and dated 22 July Robert James Stocks Pte 40 Aust Inf.Btn. Born Woodbridge Tasmania Enl.29Jul1942 Disch.08Mar1944. With single page of research Trio: Group of Three: Defence Medal; War Medal ; Australia Service Medal all named to NX S.K.Burrage. All medals impressed. Extremely fine. With box of issue and accompanying papers Trio: Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal Named to J W G Fricker impressed. No ribbons. Extremely fine. (3) 4066 Trio: Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal A.K.Pudney. Impressed. $80 Sergeant Allen Kenneth Pudney, RAAF. Enl.11Feb1941. Discharged 19Mar1946. Together with researcher's copy of service outline. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Trio: Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal WX32055 C.Hynes on all medals. Impressed. $80 Pte Coleman William Hynes. Enl 12Aug1940. Disch.19Dec1945. Together with some research. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection Pair: Defence Medal ; British War Medal VX33419 N.Finley. Pair: British War Medal ; Australia Service Medal SX28537 W.A.Hunter. All four medals impressed. Very fine - extremely fine. $120 VX33419 Norman Finley, Signalman Signals Training Btn. Enl.20Jun1940 Noble Park Vic, Disch.28Oct1943. SX28537 William Albert Hunter, Pte H.Q. Northern Territory Force 2nd AIF. Enl.20Dec1942 Larmera S.A., Disch.03Apr1946. Both with single sheet of service record Pair. Defence Medal ; British War Medal , SX12406 J.T. Davies. Impressed. $50 Pte. John Thomas Davies Enl.28Apr1941 Disch.08May1942. Together with an additional un-named British War Medal and a Germany, Medal for the Winter Campaign in Russia Type 'B' later issue. 4072* New Zealand War Medal - undated. E. Olson Tr. Taranaki C.V. Engraved. $1,200 Only 20 medals issued to Taranaki Cavalry Volunteers. Trooper Edward Olson: also 7th DIV armed constabulary (30/5/1869-): New Plymouth: Kaitake 3/1864 and three other engagements West Coast over four years: born 1843, Leicester: Gazette 1871: issued 12/7/1872: 1750:AD 32/ New Zealand. Group of six, Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; New Zealand Service Medal Unnamed as issued. Together with a Memorial Cross in case of issue. Named to TPR H.O. Chatterton. Second and third medals have no ribbons. Uncirculated. (7) $ Group of Six: Star; Africa Star - bar - 8th Army; Defence Medal ; British War Medal ; New Zealand War Service Medal ; New Zealand Memorial Cross. The first five medals un-named, Sjt. L.H. Lomas on the last medal. Impressed. $300 Sgt Leslie Hugh Lomas 26th Bn, New Zealand Infantry. Enl12Jun1939. K.I.A.24Nov1942 at Battle of El Alamein. Together with service record, grave research and named memorial cross. Ex Anthony Rudd Collection. 386

28 4075* New Zealand. Police Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct (EIIR) - bar - 21 Years Service Senior Sergeant J.M.Quill N.Z.Police Engraved. Extremely fine. Together with ribbon bar with star. 4077* Group of Six: Distinguished Flying Cross (GVIR), first type; Star; France & Germany Star; Defence Medal in silver; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal bar Overseas Service; British War Medal in silver officially engraved on the first medal, F/O Can. J No.429 Sqdn, privately engraved on the second medal, the other medals unnamed. $5, * Canada General Service Medal bar - Fenian Raid Lt. R.H.Dunning 2/17 Leic:R. Engraved. $800 Lieutenant Richard Horwood Dunning. Appointed Ensign 05Mar1861 with 2nd Battalion, 17th Leicestershire Regiment, Lieutenant 26Apr1864, 01Apr- 30Jun 1866 en passage Halifax, Nova Scotia to Quebec 04-09Jun1866. With single sheet of service record. Flying Officer John Walker Murray, R.C.A.F., of Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, born 1921, appointed Pilot Officer, R.C.A.F., 09Jul1943. DFC. L.G.:27Mar1945: Flying Officer, No. 429 (R.C.A.F.) Squadron. The recommendation states 'Throughout his tour of operations Flying Officer Murray has shown himself to be a keen and courageous bomb-aimer whose skill and determination have played a large part in the successful completion of many missions. He has participated in many attacks against heavily defended targets in the Ruhr Valley. On one occasion his aircraft was damaged while over the target and his eye was injured. Despite the resultant pain he released his bombs and secured an excellent photograph before informing his captain of his injury. His fortitude and devotion to duty have been most commendable.' Together with two flying log books covering February November 1944, original Canadian commission document 09Jul1943, R.C.A.F. service and paybook, six original photographs, an aircrew whistle, I.D. disc, case of issue for the D.F.C. and a glazed studio portrait (colour tinted) of him in uniform in a decorative frame size 12" x 10". Completed 31 operations Rhodesia. General Service Medal named to A F/R Tamanikwa, impressed; another with the naming erased; Zimbabwe. Independence Medal 1980 impressed on rim with number Very fine-extra fine. (3) $70 387

29 4079 Rhodesia. Police Commissioner's Commendation for Bravery , bronze baton device on green ribbon bar, attributed to B Bossy, British South Africa Police. $170 This is a scarce police bravery award with approximately 85 recipients. Paper included to verify provenance of award South Africa. Family Group of seven: Queen's South Africa Medal , impressed CONDR. W.A. Cooke. A.S.C.; Group of five: British War Medal ; Star, Africa Star, British War Medal ; Africa Service Medal ; First medal impressed Pte. L Cooke, S.A.S.C., rest impressed L.C.Cooke. Also World War II Service Chevron for five years overseas service and prize award for C.F.B. S.A. Eisteddfod 1920 named to L. Cooke engraved on the reverse of a shilling coin. (8) $380 With research papers. Served in 1st Battalion SA Irish during World War II South Africa Star; Victory Medal (bilingual). Impressed RFM. C.F.V.Duke. 3RD S.A.M.R. (2) Served August 1914 to February 1918 including 1914 Rebellion and German South West Africa South Africa Star impressed PTE / S.Wright / 2ND Infantry.; Silver War Badge impressed SA9431. Fine - very fine. (2) 4083 South Africa. British War Medal to DVR. I.Adams. C.A.M.T.C. (coloured served in Cape Auxiliary Mounted Transport Corps); to 203 PTE. J.Sheldon. 1-CAPE C.L.R. (served France Cape Coloured Labour Regiment); to PTE H.Martheze. 5TH S.A.I. (died in military hospital 1917); to Sgt W.J.Murdoch 1st S.A.M.R. (entitled to LS&GC Medal); to DVR. P.C.Van Zyl Z.A.D.K.(ZADK is South African Service Corps. Served in Nyasaland Field Force.); to Pte S.February. 1st C C.(coloured in Cape Corps); to L/Cpl J Van Winkle. 1st C.C. (colored served 24 August 1916 to December 1918 in Cape Corps). All impressed, fifth medal has no ribbon and last two medals have no suspension. Very good - extremely fine. (7) $ South Africa. Victory Medal (bilingual). Naming impressed to BURG. M.J. Van Der Berg. KALAHARI R.; Victory Medal (Bilingual) impressed to PTE. M.Willscott. 1ST. CAPE CORPS. (coloured unit). Fine - very fine. (2) $140 Kalahari Rifles is a scarce unit. Accompanied by some documentation. Awarded Star South Africa. Pair: British War Medal ; Victory Medal (bilingual). Impressed SJT C.V.Hughes S.A.S.C. $110 Served in Nyasaland and contracted Malaria South Africa. Trio: Star; British War Medal ; Victory Medal (bilingual). Pte / W.F.Butler / 12TH Infantry. on first medal, GNR. W.F.Butler. S.A.H.A on second and third. Impressed. $ South Africa. Group of five: Star, Africa Star, British War Medal ; Africa Service Medal , South African Permanent Force Good Service Medal with Emblem plus dog tags. First four medals impressed E.M.S. Gill, last medal impressed with number 476. Very fine. (7) $280 With research papers confirming awards and record of service etc South Africa. Group of Five: Star; Africa Star; British War Medal ; Africa Service Medal; South Africa Police Good Service Medal ( )(third type). SAP K.L.Peverett on first, second, third and fourth medals, (F) Cst.K.L.Peverett on fifth medal. (F) on fifth medal allocated in First to fourth medals impressed, last medal engraved. $270 Louis Kenneth Peverett. L/Cpl 2nd Battalion South African Police. Enl.03Jul1940 P.O.W.21Jun Oct1944 Disch.22Feb1945, resumed duties with South African Police 12Mar1945. Together with 11 photocopy pages of service details South Africa. Africa Service Medal named to V. Van Der Riet; South African War (Home) Service Medal unnamed as issued; British War Medal named to 8384 J.H.Packham; Trench art wrist band for J H Packham with inset photo of loved one. (4) First medal accompanied by Record of Service papers with South African Air Force South Africa. Police Medal for Combatting Terrorism. Impressed K / / SERS. J.W. Cooke (K2 indicates Cape Coloured and SERS means Sergeant). No ribbon. $50 ITALIAN AFRICAN COLONIAL 4091 Italy, Order of the Crown, third class, neck badge in enamels and gilt, stamped SD; breast badge, 5th class, gilt enamelled with ribbon. Extremely fine. (2) $ Italy. Order of the Crown Class 4. Gold and enamel with rosette on ribbon and another unattached larger rosette of same ribbon. Extremely fine. $

30 4093 Italy. Colonial Order of the Star of Italy, 4th Class, together with a miniature of the order. One ball point on upper right arm missing and the badge has broken from the suspending crown. Fine. (2) $ Italy. Republic of Rome 1849, Medal of Merit (for those who distinguished themselves during the insurrection of 1848). No ribbon. $ Italy. Medal for Forze Armate Harar. Obverse features an angel with the legend "Vinculis. Fractis. XVEF "and reverse features an eagle flying over mountains. By Montemurro. White metal, no ribbon (33 mm ); Medal for RR. Scuole Della Libia. Obverse features bust of King Vittorio Emanuele III and reverse has a wreath with the words "I / Premio" in the centre. Silver, no ribbon (26 mm ). (2) $ Italy and French Morocco. Pioneer's East Africa Medal. Features a soldier with shovel on obverse and a leopard in a desert setting on reverse. Bronze with silver wash but most of this has come off obverse (32 mm ); Medal for Ministero Esteri Direzione Scuolo with King Vittorio Emanuele III on obverse. Silver, no ribbon (34 mm ); Badge for French Moroccan Military Medical Service Unit No 7. Features No 7 upon medical cadeusus symbol all set within star symbol of Morocco. The cadeusus extends beyond the edge of the badge, top and bottom. Enamelled and gilt, no reverse pin (31 mm ). (3) $ Italy. Prize Medal featuring ancient Roman holding a branch of laurel with a laurel wreath around the edge and on the reverse is another wreath of laurel. It is inscribed "II. / J. B." White metal, ribbon in green red and white stripes (30 mm ); Galleria Del Sempione Medal Obverse features two workers greeting with the inscription "Il Progresso Affratella I Popoli". Reverse features a building and is inscribed with the number M above the words "Ricordo Festeggiamenti". Bronze, no ribbon (30 mm ); FaScist period medal for trade. Obverse features Mercury with trade items and a building. Reverse features trade items and shields and the inscription "Fiera di Milano Campionaria Int / Aprile". White metal with suspension pin (32 mm); A.N.A.G. Medal. Features factories and Roman standards on obverse with legend "Va Advnat Nazionale Genieri" and winged god on reverse. Bronze, no ribbon (33 mm); Medal with small, naked child sitting on a wall while holding onto a tree and on the reverse a woman's face above the inscription "Festa Degli Alberi / Ministero / Dell 'Instruzione". Bronze, no ribbon (40 mm ). (5) $ Italy. African Campaigns Medal ; War Medal; Victory Medal (Type by S Johnson, Milano). (3) $ Italy. Transport Drivers Medal, Occidental Africa. Obverse Transport Driver, reverse winged axe and inscription "Fervent Rotae / Fervent Animi". White metal, no ribbon (35 mm); Construction / Labour Medal, Occidental Africa. Obverse two soldiers with picks, reverse eagle and inscription "Un Colpo Di / Piconne Vale Un Colpo / Di Moschetto". White metal, no ribbon (35 mm). (2) $ Italy. Divisional District Service Cross for 1 Corpo d'armata AO (Africa Occidental). Gilt and enamel. Scarce. Very fine. $ Italy. Medal for Allies in Battle of the Assagio Plateau 1918, silver (33 mm ). Awarded to British officers on Italian front by General Montuori. $ Italy. Medal of Valour for Flying, issued during period Silver, no ribbon Italy. Medal for Military Valour (no ribbon). Awarded to native soldiers in from Italian colonies in Africa. Without designer's initials but a contemporary 1930's strike. Very fine Italy. Commando Medal For Meritorious Long Service in white metal with ribbon (35 mm ); another identical medal in bronze but no ribbon. (2) $ Italy. Colonial Regimental Medals: Army Corpo d'armata Medal for Eritrea (no ribbon, Giachi Ref.7); LX Colonial Battalion Medal, no suspension ring or ribbon (Giachi Ref.94). (2) $ Italy. Adua 6 October XIII Medal featuring a European and Native soldier raising flag; Ethiopia Italiana Medal III October to XIII and IX May to XIV; Medal for Occidental Africa featuring a soldier digging with shovel (Lavora - Toridell) probably engineer/construction unit; III Rager Unit Medal for Occidental Africa No ribbons. (4) $ Italy. 6 Div CCNN (Blackshirt Division) Medal for Ethiopian War ; 3A Division CCNN AC NR (Blackshirt Division) for Occidental Africa (Libya) ; Ethiopia War Medal with 60 on reverse and map with battle campaigns on obverse. No ribbons. (3) $

31 4108 Italy. Italo-Abyssinia Campaign Medal (no ribbon); Italo/German North Africa Campaign Medal WWII. Very fine. (2) $180 WORLD INCLUDING RUSSIA 4109 Italy. Cross for Spanish Civil War, 17 VII 1936, in bronze (no ribbon); Volunteer Medal for Spanish Civil War ; Medal for War in Ethiopia ; Bronze Sword emblem for War in Ethiopia Medal. (4) $ Italy.1 Battalion Arabo-Somali Medal for campaigns in Bronze and enamel, no ribbon (25 mm ); Medal for Truppo Del Governo della Somalia Italiana. Bronze and enamel, no ribbon (28 mm ); Divisione Speciale Laghi Medal for Somalia Bronze, no ribbon (29 mm ). Very fine. (3) $ Italy. Medal for Carri D'Assalto Della Somalia. Bronze, no ribbon (30 mm ); Medal for Somalia with two soldiers (European and native) on obverse and tank and spade on reverse. Bronze, no ribbon (30 mm ); Boxing Medal of Fed Facsi Com Somalia UFF Sportivo for 1 Settimana Sportiva in Somalia 1938 XVI. White metal, no ribbon (30 mm ). (3) $ Italy. Medal for 2 Batteria Indigena - 1 Gruppo Art da Montagna Indigeno. Bronze with ribbon (30 mm ). A variety of Giachi 128.; Medal for Collaboration 1938 with profiles of Hannibal and Scipione on obverse and elephant on reverse. Bronze, no ribbon (25 mm ). (2) $ Italy. Commemorative medal featuring battleships on obverse and on reverse "l'arme / Dei C.C.R.R. / A1 C.C.T.T. Corazziere / E 'CARABINIERE' / 1939A XVII". White metal, holed at 12 o'clock (30 mm ); another identical to previous but in bronze and not holed; 2A Division CCNN Libya Medal with Mussolini on obverse. Bronze with some verdegris, no ribbon (35 mm ). (3) 4114 Italy. Ariete Tank Division Medal for the re-conquest of Cirenaica Obverse features a rams head and tank. Bronze, no ribbon (34 mm ); 9th Armata Medal for Greece and Yugoslavia campaign Bronze, no ribbon (35 mm ); Motorizatta Division "Trento" 102A Medal. Silver and enamel, no ribbon (33 mm x24 mm ); another identical medal but in bronze. (4) $ * Latvia. Order of the Three Stars with rosette on ribbon. In case of issue. Extremely fine. $ Latvia. Order of the Three Stars, in case of issue. Extremely fine Latvia, Cross of Recognition Medal of Honour in gilt. Some of gilt missing, otherwise very fine. $ Poland. Air crew wing badge in bronze (65 mm x 38 mm ), screw back with safety chain. $ Russia. St George Cross 3rd Class numbered on reverse; St George Cross 4th Class numbered on reverse; small gilt/bronze cross (24 mm ) to commemorate 100 years of Romanov dynasty All crosses are Nicholas II issues, the first two are silver and none have ribbons. Fine. (3) 390

32 4122* Russia. Society of the Red Cross Award, insignia of the Imperial Red Cross Society, awarded by the Empress of Russia, in silver and enamel. Extremely fine. $ * Russia. Ochakoff Cross , in gilt on base metal (52 mm x47 mm ). No ribbon but pin fitting for wear. Awarded for Service and Bravery in Russo-Turkish War of $ * Russia.Chaplin's Cross for the War of 1812, in bronze (72mm x 44mm). No ribbon. Very fine and rare. $ * Russia, Jeton for Red Cross Society of Elizabeth under the auspices of Grand Duchess Elizabeth. Silver and enamel (43 mm x26 mm ) named on reverse. Engraved Russia. Cross in Memory of the Crimean War Awarded to all members of Russian clergy who served during the period of the Crimean War. Bronze cross, no ribbon (100 mm x58 mm ). $ Russia, Medal for Zeal (Alexander II) in silver with no ribbon. About very fine Russia, Commemorative Jetons of Alexander III 1883 in enamel and silver, both missing loop. Fine. (2) $ Russia. First General Census of Population Medal 1896; small bronze lapel badge (15 mm ) on a light blue rosette relating to census of 1896; three unidentified badges, possibly unit badges, one of the Imperial period. (5) 4128 Russia. Medal for Zeal (Nicholas II), large silver neck medal as awarded to non commissioned officers. Without ribbon. A few scratches on reverse otherwise very fine. $

33 4129 Russia, Medal for Blameless Service in the Police (Nicholas II) in silver with no ribbon. Awarded to policemen and firemen for no less than five years service in an exemplary manner in the City Police or Fire Department of Imperial Russia or for 10 years service in rural areas Russia, Medal for Imperial Humane Society for the Education of Indigent Children 1902, no ribbon. Fine. $ Russia. Group of six, War with Japan ; Commemorative of 100th Anniversary of Patriotic War 1912; Commemorative of Reign of Alexander III 1896; Medal for Zeal (Nicholas II); 100th Anniversary of Romanov Dynasty 1913; Meritorious Work towards accomplishment of the Total Mobilisation 1914, mounted in a group, sixth medal loose; Medal for Zeal (Alexander III) unattached from ribbon mounting; War with Japan Medal with ribbon. (8) 4135 Russia, USSR. Pair: Capture of Berlin Medal; Liberation of Warsaw Medal, mounted for wear. Other medals; Medal of Nakhimov; Medal of Ushakov; Order of Suvorov; Medal for WWII Patriots (2, one in silver the other bronze); Veterans of Labor Medal; Medal For Distribution of Fame for Labor; 50th Anniversary of Soviet Union. Very fine - extremely fine. (12) $ Russia, USSR. Order for Service to the Motherland in the Armed Forces of the USSR 3rd Class. Instituted in Silver coloured metal and enamel in cardboard box of issue (65 mm ). Extremely fine. $ * Russia. Tercentenary of the Romanov Dynasty 1913, Presentation Cross for the Clergy, in silver-gilt and enamel (65 mm x39 mm). No ribbon (should be St Vladimir ribbon). Gilt faded but extremely fine. $ Russia. Badge for Graduates of a Russian University with a Bachelor's Degree, in blue and white enamel on gold. Two badges with one slightly different to the other (cf. Badges of Imperial Russia by Werlich Fig.701). Extremely fine. (2) 4134 Russia, USSR. Order of the Patriotic War 1st Class in gold and enamel with number engraved on reverse; another of 2nd Class in silver and enamel with number engraved on reverse. Extremely fine. (2) $ * Russia, USSR, Order for Personal Courage in case of issue together with book of record for award. Gilt on silver and enamel medal numbered on back that corresponds with book of record which includes recipients name. This is a very scarce civilian order for valour and bravery in saving lives, work during natural disasters, fighting crime or other outstanding feats of personal courage. Uncirculated. $ Russia, USSR. Collection including Soviet Guards Unit badge; Order of the Patriotic War 1st Class (2); Order of the Red Star; Order of Glory 2nd Class; Order of Friendship of Nations; Order of the October Revolution; Order of the Red Banner; Order of the Red Banner of Labour; Order of the Badge of Honour; Order of Mother Heroine and other awards to Mothers; medals for civilian achievements, long service and battle campaigns. All with ribbons and housed in a special medal album. Extremely fine. (52) $1, Russia, USSR. Patriotic and commemorative badges (10); School/University Graduation Badge in gilt and enamel; a large 40th Anniversary commemorative plaque, featuring a motor bike rider carrying a large flag with the symbols of the armed forces (Jet, Army Red Star, Anchor) around, all in enamel with an ornate patterned metal surrounding on a metal base plate (110 mm ). Very fine - uncirculated. (12) $50 392

34 4140* Spain. Order of Charles III Commander (neck badge), silver gilt and enamel. No ribbon. Extremely fine. $ Vatican. Order of St Gregory, supported from green wreath (civilian issue) in gilt and enamel and in case of issue. Extremely fine African Medals: Kenya, 10th Anniversary of Independence Medal 1973; Botswana set of three miniatures for Defence Force - unidentified green enamel and silver medal, Commendation Medal, Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (10 years). Extremely fine. (4) $ Angola. FAPLA "Liberation Movement" Medal, impressed on reverse 2 AN / PROCL. FA?LA / -8-74/76. Unnamed and with integral loop for suspension but no ribbon. $ Lesotho. Royal Defence Force Meritorious Service Medal in gilt, unnamed and no ribbon. $ South Africa. Pretoria Citizen's Medal for WWI Service. Bronze (35 mm ) no ribbon. The only tribute medal of note struck by a South African town. Scarce. $ * South Africa, Austria: Lapel badge for Austro-Hungarian Benevolent Society, Johannesburg, S.A.R. Lapel fitting on reverse stamped with maker's name, Joh / Schwerotner / Wien. Probably an Austrian based relief society in South Africa at the beginning of the Anglo-Boer War. Heavy enamelled brass badge with a few small enamel chips (34mm). Very rare. $ South Africa. NS National Service badge numbered on reverse 94/294(30 mm ); On Service (Key Man) badge numbered on reverse 19/132 (29 mm ); WWII Disability Discharge badge numbered on reverse 39/942 (25 mm ); WWII South African Womens Auxiliary Service badge numbered on reverse 45/878 (25 mm ); YMCA South Africa enamelled silver badge for Service WWII (20 mm ). (5) $ * South Africa Next-of-Kin Memorial Badge numbered on reverse This badge was issued together with a Next-of-Kin plaque South Africa. Course Leadership Prize Medals: South African Navy in gilt (with name and address details scratched on reverse); South African Defence Force in gilt, silvered, bronze; AAN in chrome plated, bronze. All 50 mm the first, third and fourth with no ribbons. Fine - extremely fine. (6) $ South Africa Republic. Pro Patria Medal (fixed suspender type) with bar CUNENE. Impressed number ; Pro Patria Medal (ring suspender type). Impressed number Extremely fine. (2) $ South Africa Republic. General Service Medal, impressed ; Southern Africa Medal, impressed ; 10 Year Good Service Medal. Extremely fine. (3) $ South Africa. John Chard Decoration in silver with number impressed on rim; John Chard Medal in bronze with number 9930 impressed on the reverse. (2) $ South Africa, Ciskei. Silver Cross; Bronze Cross. Both unnamed and without ribbons. Extremely fine. (2) $250 Lot 4146 The Ciskei homeland became independent in December 1981 and established its own awards. These ceased when the Transkei was re-incorporated into the Republic of South Africa in April

35 4154 South Africa, Ciskei. Bronze Cross; Champion Shots Medal; Defence Force 10-Year Service Medal. All unnamed the latter two without ribbons. Extremely fine. (3) $ South Africa, Venda. Medal for 10 Years Faithful Service numbered on reverse 504. Extremely fine. ## The Venda homeland became independent in September 1979 and established its own awards. These ceased when the Transkei was re-incorporated into the Republic of South Africa in April $ U.S.A., Distinguished Service Cross in case of issue with miniature lapel ribbon in enamel and ribbon bar. Extremely fine U.S.A., Grand Army of the Republic, sword and scabbard with elaborate design on handle and scabbard, blade with etched pattern and name E Burnitz, manufactured by G. F. Fosterson & Coy, Chicago. Some rust on blade and scabbard, otherwise good very fine. $ Egypt. Order of the Nile Class with missing crown and suspender; another award (possibly Masonic) being a silver star (40 mm ) with crossed quills in the centre. Reverse engraved in Arabic "Presented 1929 Hadji and Secretary Mohammed Ibrahim Salim". With loop on reverse for suspension but no suspender. Latter scarce. Fine. (2) $ * Lebanon. National Order of the Cedar - 4th Class (Officer); Order of Lebanese Merit - 1st Class (For Colonels and above for at least 30 years' service). Good very fine. (2) $ Syria. Loyalty Order Class II in silver and enamel but with ribbon missing South America: Uruguay, Cross for Paraguay War (silver plus silver sun suspension fitting for junior officers); Medal for War with Paraguay (17 Aug 1865); and Argentina, Medal for Allies in War with Paraguay. All medals unnamed, the latter two have no ribbons and the second medal has had suspender repaired. Three scarce awards. (3) $1, U.S.A. Womens Relief Corps President's Gold Cross engraved on reverse, Presented / To / S. Wilcox / By / Barbara Frietchi 227 / Jan, Yellow and pink gold and enamel with the words Solid Gold stamped on reverse. Suspended from a pin-backed, pink gold bar engraved on which is PRESIDENT with the makers name JFJ Co/ NY on the reverse. Below this is a small, pink gold shield bearing the engraved initials FLC. $ India (British). Indian Service Medal named to HAV/ CLK. Kesava Pillai, MADRAS S. & M.GP. (no ribbon and some surface scratches on obverse); Indian Army Overseas Service Badge ; Tribute medallion from the Citizens of Bombay to the Troops of the Defended Port for the War (several rim bumps). Fine. (3) $ India Republic. General Service Medal with bar Naga Hills named to Sep M M Singh ASC (MT); Sainya Seva Medal with bar Jammu Kashmir (in Sanskrit) named to Lnk. Kishori Lal, BEG; Sangram Medal named to Spr Vellaichami MEG. All without ribbons. (3) $ India Republic. General Service Medal bar Naga Hills named to Sep. Raja Goralan. Madras R.; Sainya Seva Medal with bar Jammu Kashmir (in Sanskrit) named to Sep. S.A. Nelson, A.M.C.; Sainya Seva Medal with bar Bengal Assam (in Sanskrit) named to Sep. Shiv Ram. D.S.O.; Sangram Medal named to Sep. M. Singh Sikh R. Fine - very fine. (4) $

36 4166 India Republic. Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct named to L NK Bata Ram MIR; 20 Years Long Service Medal named to L, H. A V SB Jane MLI; 9 Years Long Service Medal named to JWO Shirm SR S IAF. All without ribbons. (3) 4167 India Republic. Sangram Medal named to Rfn T.B.Kanwar 9 G. R. (mounted for wearing); 25th Independence Anniversary unnamed as issued; Police Independence Medal (26 January 1950) unnamed as issued. Last two medals without ribbons. Very fine - extra fine. (3) $ Bahawalpur Star (1st Type) named to 677 / SILR Bakhtawar / BAHWLPR. TRANST. CPS.; Independence Medal 1947; Accession to Pakistan Medal The last two medals unnamed as issued. First medal scarce. Very fine. (3) $ * Taiwan. Police Bravery Award (2nd Grade/Degree) reverse numbered 041., gilt and enamel in red case of issue number 041. Extremely fine. $200 EUROPE 4169* Kashmir. Imperial Service Lancers brass horse furniture badge (79 mm x40 mm ) ca. early 1900's. One attachment post removed. $ Nepal. Medal for the War with Tibet (silver and no ribbon); Himalaya High Altitude Service Medal (silvered); Royal Bodyguard Service Medal (silvered); 10 Years Long Service Medal (bronze); Civil Service 20 Year Long Service Medal (gold and enamelled star - hallmarked but probably gold plated over silver). First medal rare. (5) $600 Included is an article printed in 1895 on the Medal for the War with Tibet issued to Gurkhas by the Nepalese Government Malay State: Trengganu; Long Service and Good Conduct Star with suspension ring missing. This award was made to officers of the State Government for 21 years service. Fine Austria. Cross of Merit in silver and enamel but no ribbon; Army Service Decoration 2nd Class for 15 years in silver and enamel; 50th Jubilee Medal for Franz Joseph 1898 in brass but no ribbon. (3) $ Bulgaria. Order for the Liberation of the People nd Degree. $ Denmark War Medal. $ Estonia. Independence War Medal $ France. Medaille Militaire. One with part enamel missing on obverse side, very fine. (2) 4178 France, World War II, Resistance medal 1940 Greece World War II war medal - Army ; Poland Order of Polonia Restibuta, 2nd class neck badge $120